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New Entertainment and Sports Arena in Congress Heights Neighborhood of Washington, DC by ROSSETTI and Marshall Moya Design

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Article source: ROSSETTI 

Events DC, the official convention and sports authority for the District of Columbia, unveiled the design concepts for the new Entertainment and Sports Arena in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC.  The design renderings for the Arena project were led by a joint venture of international design firm, ROSSETTI, and Washington, DC-based Marshall Moya Design.

Image Courtesy © ROSSETTI and Marshall Moya Design

Image Courtesy © ROSSETTI and Marshall Moya Design

  • Architects: ROSSETTI and Marshall Moya Design
  • Project: New Entertainment and Sports Arena in Congress Heights Neighborhood of Washington, DC
  • Location: Congress Heights Neighborhood of Washington, DC, USA

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Matchbox 14th Street in Washington, DC by STUDIO3877

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Article source: STUDIO3877

Design Brief:

Studio3877 recently completed Matchbox 14th Street, a local bistro in the U Street neighborhood of Washington, DC. As the newest restaurant to join the Matchbox brand, the 8,500squarefoot historical space features three levels of dining, sustainable materials, an expansive custom bar, and platform seating. The space is a juxtaposition of old and new where the old structure meets some new interior elements.

Image Courtesy © Ronald Ngiam

  • Architects: STUDIO3877
  • Project: Matchbox 14th Street
  • Location: Washington, DC , U.S.A
  • Photography: Ronald Ngiam, Scott Suchman
  • Interior Design and Architecture Firm: Studio3877, a DCbased multidisciplinary design and architecture studio
  • Principals: David Tracz, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C, NCARB and David ShoveBrown, AIA, NCARB
  • Owner: Matchbox Food Group
  • Square Footage: 8,500 square feet
  • Construction Start Date: May 2012
  • Construction End Date: November 2012
  • Opening: December 2012
  • Software used: Autocad, Sketchup and Photoshop

Farmers Fishers Bakers in Washington, DC by GrizForm Design Architects

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Article source: GrizForm Design Architects

Farmers Fishers Bakers, a 9,700­ square­-foot restaurant in Washington, DC, is an original and creative restaurant venue that seamlessly combines form, function, and creativity. The space formerly housed Farmers & Fishers, a restaurant ruined after the Potomac River in Washington, DC flooded the space. The owners called on a local DC­based architecture and interior design firm to re-imagine the restaurant as one with a farm theme full of folk­like touches and unusual materials with an emphasis on custom design.

Image Courtesy © GrizForm Design Architects

  • Architects: GrizForm Design Architects
  • Project: Farmers Fishers Bakers
  • Location: Washington, DC , U.S.A
  • Software used: Form z for design and auto cad for production

The Upper Room in Washington, DC by Studio Twenty Seven Architecture

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

Article source: Studio Twenty Seven Architecture

Located in the upper room of an ambiguous row house along a typical street within the anonymous grid of a Washington DC neighborhood, the aspiration is a micro-expression of modern space and life as spectacle. The program takes a 650 square foot floor space and designs a master bedroom suite including bed area, closet, reading nook, and bathroom. To do this, all interior walls were removed to free this turn-of-the-century home’s compartmentalized space.

Bedroom looking towards the bathroom : Image Courtesy © Hoachlander Davis Photography 

Bread for the City in Washington, DC by Wiebenson & Dorman Architects

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Article source: Wiebenson & Dorman Architects

Bread for the City offers five program services to low-income residents of Washington, DC: food and clothing distribution, primary medical care, legal advice and representation, and comprehensive social services. All services are free of cost to eligible DC residents, and are provided under one roof in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.

Image Courtesy © John Cole

University of District of Columbia Student Center in Washington, DC by Marshall Moya Design

Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Article source: Marshall Moya Design

Marshall Moya Design in association with Cannon Design worked together to create the new UDC Student Center, with an expected completion in the Fall of 2013. This project incorporates a new ground-floor restaurant, meeting spaces, fitness center, and ballroom, all addressing specific needs of the student community. This blend of public and intimate spaces helps to create a haven for these college students, and cater to community needs. The design provides collaborative spaces that will foster and cultivate student relationships and develop school identity. The building will achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum status, which recognizes designs in buildings that incorporate sustainable green initiatives.

Image Courtesy Marshall Moya Design

  • Architects: Marshall Moya Design
  • Project: University of District of Columbia Student Center
  • Location: Washington, DC

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Restaurant Jaleo in Washington, DC by Capella Garcia Arquitectura

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Article source: Capella Garcia Arquitectura

Jaleois a Spanish word that means shindig, fun, racket, hubbub… It’s something positive, festive, good-natured. This is the aim behind the interior design of the new restaurant. What’s more the word jaleo starts with the initial letters of the name José Andrés. So the design of Jaleo is a mixture of the festive spirit and the particular personality of its owner, one of the most daring culinary creators on the planet.

Image Courtesy Ken Wyner

  • Architects:Capella Garcia Arquitectura
  • Project: Restaurant Jaleo
  • Location: Washington, DC
  • Design: Capella Garcia Arquitectura / Juli Capella and Miquel Garcia
  • Collaborator: Lorelay Gazo
  • Local partner: Eric Gronning of ERIC GRONNING ARCHITECTS
  • Jaleo Tapas Bar: by José Andrés
  • Total area: 298 m2 (3,208.69 square feet)
  • Client: José Andrés – Thinkfoodgroup
  • Completion date: August 2012
  • Photographs: Ken Wyner

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625 Rhode Island Avenue in Washington, DC by Suzane Reatig Architecture

Friday, October 26th, 2012

Article source: Suzane Reatig Architecture

One of the main goals for the Bailey Park Apartments was to provide much needed housing sized for families in the heart of the city. Located steps from the Shaw Metro, the site is tapered, with one short side facing the street and one long side bounded by a public alley. The architect determined that increasing the density would make the most of the downtown location and the site. Working closely with city officials, the site was rezoned to replace four dilapidated townhouses with a 16-unit apartment building.

Image Courtesy Alan Karchmer

  • Architects: Suzane Reatig Architecture
  • Project: 625 Rhode Island Avenue
  • Location: 625 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Washington DC, 20001
  • Photography: Alan Karchmer
  • Owner: TheUnited House of Prayer for All People
  • Contractor: McCullough Construction
  • Consultants: Tadjer Cohen Edelson, CAS Engineering
  • Project Completion: August 1, 2012

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Battery Point Sculpture Trail in Washington, DC by Tasmanian design studio

Friday, July 6th, 2012

Article source: Tasmanian design studio

Futago, a Hobart-based design studio, has won a Merit – one of only ten awarded worldwide – in the 2012 SEGD Global Design Awards. Based in Washington DC, the Society for Environmental Graphic Design is the lead organisation for the global community of professionals working where communication design intersects with the built environment.

Image Courtesy Luke Burgess

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Nevis Pool and Garden Pavilion in Washington, DC by Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect

Saturday, June 2nd, 2012

Article source: Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect

Located in a neighborhood bordering Washington, DC, this suburban site has the advantage of being located adjacent to woodlands.  A contemporary house surrounded by mature trees and manicured gardens anchors the site.  A new swimming pool, stone walls, and terraces located behind the existing house organize the rear yard and establishes a dialogue between the existing house and a new pavilion.  New paths, trees and structured plantings reinforce the geometry.

Image Courtesy Maxwell MacKenzie

  • Architects: Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect
  • Project: Nevis Pool and Garden Pavilion
  • Location: Washington, DC
  • Project  Architect: John Riordan, LEED AP
  • Owner: Withheld
  • Contractor: Ted Peterson, Peterson & Collins
  • Engineer: D. Anthony Beale LLC
  • Photographer: Maxwell MacKenzie Architectural Photographer
  • Completed: May 2011

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